Want to join the party? Come on over to From This Side of the Pond for the Hodgepodge link-up!
What's left to be done on your Christmas to-do list?
To enjoy the rest of the holiday season. My joy is waning...and I don't like it. I've gone from Cratchit to Scrooge in one fell swoop. I've also gone from energetic to barely getting through the morning. I hope I'm not sick. I've managed to avoid every form of cooties that's come through the door; it would be a drag to be down during the holidays.The Hodgepodge lands on the first day of winter this year. What's your favorite thing about winter?
Winter is my least favorite season of the year. The only good thing about it is the Christmas season. Well, I guess the college football playoffs and championship count too... if Alabama or Jacksonville State are in it.In what area of your life are you immature? Feel free to elaborate or not.
Some days, I just want to hide in a blanket fort with a coloring book...and not one of those complicated adult coloring books either. I haven't done it yet, but I just might start. I've just got to find me a good coloring book.
What was the most (or one of the most) important lessons you learned in 2016?
Sugar is the enemy, and it's EVERYWHERE!
It's Fried Shrimp Day...are you a fan? What's your favorite way to eat shrimp? Will there be shrimp somewhere in your holiday feastings?
I'm not a big fan of shrimp, but my favorite way to eat it is in a dish that Effina's (a local Italian restaurant) serves called Voodoo Pasta. The menu description of the dish is "Rigatoni pasta sautéed with bell peppers, mushrooms, shrimp, spicy Andouille sausage and roasted chicken all in a smooth Dijon cream sauce." So, see, all that other good stuff covers up the taste of the shrimp. I only get to have this wonderful dish once every couple of years (it's pricey). I may treat myself to some for Christmas.
What sound lulls you to sleep?
Rain, or a box fan on low.
What one word best describes your 2016?
Insert your own random thought here.
Here's to getting this right in 2017.